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Dec 8, 2012 6:30pm EST
divergence in the amount of communication. what cable does and what facebook and google do is being more like this and like this. but they come from a variety of different places. we have a secure, trusted, expensive relationships with the consumer. we take your money. when you are at the point of sales -- i am the guy who asks you to spend your money today. i come into your home, literally. physically, a guy comes to your home to install the thing. i have a relationship with you that depends on a really a high degree of trust, that you find that subscription worth paying for every month. i have to protect your comfort with that relationship to a much greater idea -- a greater degree than some of the tech companies have to. it is very transactional on the internet. at one point, the internet had a lot more experimentation with subscription-based models. when you have a subscription, you of a trusting relationship with the consumer. the internet for the most part has blown past that. we do not have rss feed demi moore. most of it is who lands here for what purpose? i get paid if you push the c
CSPAN
Dec 10, 2012 8:00am EST
of convergence going on in communication. what cable does and what facebook and google does is getting more like this than like this, right? but the reality is they come from very different foundational places. we have a very secure, trusted, um, expensive relationship with the consumer. we take your money, and we know that that momentum, you know, when you're at the point of sale, one, there's always a certain grumpiness about that. i'm the guy who asks you to send your money in today. i come into your home literally, physically i have a guy who comes into your home to install something. i have a relationship with you that depends on a really high degree of trust is so that you find that subscription worth paying every month. i have to protect your comfort with that relationship to a much greater degree than i think some of the tech companies have to. um, a lot of times, and i don't mean this disparagingly, you're very transactional on the internet. the internet at one point had a lot more experimentation with subscription-like models. when you have the subscription model, you have a trusted re
CSPAN
Dec 10, 2012 8:00pm EST
convergence going on in cable tv. what cable does, and facebook and google, it's getting more like this than this. but the reality is they come from very different foundational places. we have a very secure, trusted, expensive relationship with the consumer. we take your money and we know that doesn't -- when you're at the point of sale, one, there's always a certain grumpiness about that. i'm the guy that asked you to send your money in today. i come into your home. literally. physically. i have a guy who comes into your home to install something. i have a relationship with you that depends on a really high degree of trust so you find that subdescription worth paying every month. i have to protect your comfort with that relationship to a much greater degree than i think some of the tech companies have, too. the internet at one point hatt had more experimentation with the subscription model. most of the internet has blown past that. we don't do rfs, anymore to web pages, very few products are offered in subscription unless you're an organization like "new york times." most of it is just who
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